I study the ecology and evolution of biological communities in the context of climate change and species invasions. I integrate tools from molecular genetics and community ecology to understand how the environment shapes the species abundances and the distribution of genetic variation.
I am currently a postdoc working with Angélica González at Rutgers University-Camden, where I am using fossil arthropods collected from packrat middens to reconstruct ancient insect communities of the Atacama Desert over the past 50,000 years.
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Department of Biology
Joint Health Sciences Center
201 South Broadway
Camden, NJ 08103
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